Current news - DGI Byen

September 15th 2020: Bowling and face masks

From september 17th to october 18th you have to wear a facemask when not sitting down in the bowlingcenter.

June 19th 2020: Latest update regarding COVID-19

In DGI Byen we put the safety and health of our guests at the highest. We therefore follow the authorities' recommendations and are happy that we now are able to reopen DGI Byen: 

*Bowling, sport and swimming facilities are now open.
*CPH Hotel will reopen on June, 24th. We have taken all precautions for hygiene, cleaning and spacial distance.
*We are open for small meetings. We have taken all precautions for hygiene, cleaning and spacial distance.
*Currently there are no events in Øksnehallen. We'll be back in August. 

Contact , if you have any questions regarding bookings in CPH Hotel, CPH Conference or in Øksnehallen.

Contact , if you have any questions regarding our swimming facilities and sports hall.

Contact  for questions regarding cultural events, bowling and other facilities and activities.

We apologize for any inconvenience related to the closure.

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March 5th 2020: Guidelines regaring COVID19

The DGI Byen follows the official guidelines of the National Board of Health. It is important to emphasize that the likelihood of widespread infection in Danish society remains assessed as low. So there is no reason to be worried as a guest in DGI Byen.

• Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water.
• Use hand spray if you are not near water and soap. We have bought large quantities of hand-desinfection for both guests and employees, and it must be used in generous quantities.
• Cough or sneeze or better: use disposable handkerchiefs.

What do you do if you can be infected?
If you have traveled in areas with Coronavirus or have been in contact with someone who may be infected, you should be tested by a doctor and quarantined for 14 days at home.
In other cases, if you have symptoms of Coronavirus (fever, dry cough or difficulty breathing), it is important that you call your doctor before going outside a door.

Website of the National Board of Health